Connecting Factories Seamlessly with Azure and MQTT

60 Minutes

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    Webinar Overview

    Defining an architecture to allow factories to be connected to the cloud is often dependent on the use case and the potential deployment environment.

    In this webinar, we define five different use cases that require specific architectures for connecting factories. We then map each of these use cases into reference architectures using HiveMQ running on Azure and utilize the Azure enterprise services for data storage and analytics.

    Watch Ravi Subramanyan and Kudzai Manditereza as they present each of these reference architectures essential for connecting factories and discuss the use case for each. Also, watch a live demo by Kudzai where he shows inter-factory data correlation use case using MQTT and Azure.

    Read our whitepaper MQTT-Based Manufacturing Reference Architectures Using HiveMQ on Azure to get more details on each reference architecture discussed during the webinar.

    Ravi Subramanyan

    Ravi Subramanyan, Director of Industry Solutions, Manufacturing at HiveMQ, has extensive experience delivering high-quality products and services that have generated revenues and cost savings of over $10B for companies such as Motorola, GE, Bosch, and Weir. Ravi has successfully launched products, established branding, and created product advertisements and marketing campaigns for global and regional business teams.

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    Kudzai Manditereza

    Kudzai is a tech influencer and electronic engineer based in Germany. As a Developer Advocate at HiveMQ, he helps developers and architects adopt MQTT and HiveMQ for their IIoT projects. Kudzai runs a popular YouTube channel focused on IIoT and Smart Manufacturing technologies and he has been recognized as one of the Top 100 global influencers talking about Industry 4.0 online.

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